Grand Marnier is a unique blend of French Cognac and exotic, bitter oranges is a French brand of liqueurs. It’s been made in the Cognac region of France since 1880.
Cordon Rouge is the original Grand Marnier, with a full and ample flavor, bitter oranges aroma balanced by Cognac notes of hazelnut and toffee.
It usually enjoyed as a base in classic cocktails and long drinks. The question is can it be enjoyed as an alcoholic drink as part of a gluten-free lifestyle?
Tanqueray is one of the top 3 most popular selling gins in the world. It originated in London but is now produced in a distillery in Scotland by Diageo plc.
Tanqueray has consistently created multiple award-winning gins. Their gins are known and selected by bartenders worldwide to make a perfectly balanced gin and tonic and also used as an excellent base in cocktails.
Is this multiple award-winning gin producer gluten-free?
Russian Standard is a very clean and smooth vodka that mixes well with drinks. It is ideal for use in vodka-based cocktails.
The ‘Russian Standard’ was born in 1894 when Dmitry Mendeleev, who some have called the greatest scientist in all Russia, received a decree from the Tsar to create the Imperial quality standard for Russian vodka.
Photo: Russian Standard website
Today in St Petersburg, you’ll find a state-of-the-art distillery which continues to brings this vodka heritage into the 21st Century.
So let’s find out if this clean and smooth vodka is free from gluten?
Rémy Martin is a French firm that is well known for its production and distribution of cognac.
Based in the city of Cognac, Rémy Martin was founded in 1724 and is one of the largest cognac producers in the world. Rémy Martin is owned by the parent corporation Rémy Cointreau, a French spirits group that produces the brands: Louis XIII, Rémy Martin, Cointreau, Metaxa, Mount Gay, St-Rémy, Bruichladdich, The Botanist, Domaine Des Hautes Glaces, Westland Distillery, and Passoã.
Chopin is a family business from Poland that is now in its second generation. The company is proud to be 100% family-owned and have family members working in all aspects of the business – personally assuring the quality of all of its spirits.
Photo: Chopin website
Chopin is one of the few vodka producers in the world that owns a distillery and produces 100% of its alcohol from raw, hand-selected ingredients (most companies purchase bulk alcohol from large, commercial distilleries and operate primarily as bottlers and marketers).
They source most of their ingredients from within 18 miles of the distillery, ensuring that they always use the freshest seasonal ingredients.
Chopin was first introduced to North America in 1997.
Svedka is a popular Swedish brand of vodka manufactured in Lidköping, Sweden. It is one of the fastest growing vodka brands in the world, currently ranked at #6 by worldwide sales, and is the second most popular Swedish brand after Absolut.
It was acquired by Constellation Brands in March 2007 for US$384 million and is manufactured by the Swedish farmer’s co-op Lantmännen.